|Price incl. VAT||£2,073.60|
|Price excl. VAT||£1,728|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £165.89 Extended warranty + 1 year||
NAS with a great degree of flexibility, allowing it to grow with your business. It offers all the expected features and advanced virtualization and images, and other volumes.
The TVS-X71 is a flexible device ideal for growing small and medium-sized businesses. Its hardware features modular RAM, expandable to up to 32 GB, and is ready for 10 Gigabit GbE network adapters. By installing mSATA SSDs, you can remarkably boost system performance and overall access under load. The data storage also excels in scalability and capacity, making it well-suited as an extensive backup solution for corporate data.
The operating system includes a wide range of useful tools and applications to make your work easier and far more productive. The NAS breaks platform and geographic barriers to provide you a real cloud environment. You can display Office documents online and benefit from access to other linked cloud services. The possibilities are nearly infinite and include advanced features such as thin provisioned volume with space reclaim and LUN to prevent data loss.
The revolutionary NAS architecture allows to use a special QTS operating system, download many applications from QTS App Centre, and also use IoT packages for Linux. The applications include databases, web servers, programming languages, and whole dev environments. The whole process is as simple as downloading an app to your smartphone.
The storage offers an option to easily recover your data in case of accidental failure. RTRR function (Real-Time Remote Replication) backs up data in real time to a remote disk. If something happens, you can simply restore your data from the backup. The TVS-1271U-RP also supports rsync protocol to back up data to another remote server or a range of cloud storage services, including Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure, ElephantDrive, DropBox, or Google Drive.
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